Collaboration of students in University services
Students can work part-time at the University's offices. The selection is made according to the procedures indicated in the Regulations for the collaboration of students in the services of the University and in the notice published annually. Collaborations have a total duration not exceeding 150 hours.
In any case, prerequisites for the validity of the application and for the award of contracts are:
- for students enrolled in Bachelor programs: enrollment of the student, during the academic year of reference of the notice, at least in the second year of the course and, in any case, not in the year following the first 'out-of-course' year beyond the legal duration of the course of study;
- for students enrolled in master's degree courses: enrollment of the student, during the academic year of reference of the notice, in the first, the second, or, in any case, not subsequent to the first 'out-of-course year beyond the legal duration of the course of study;
- for all candidates: exceeding at least two fifths of the university credits (CFU), rounded down, specified for the chosen curriculum, with reference to the academic year preceding the call, except for students enrolled in the first year of master's degree courses, who are admitted by right to the submission of the application.
PEER TO PEER CALL FOR APPLICATION
Peer Tutors are senior students who make their experience available to support other students.
The project particularly targets newly enrolled students for the 2021/2022 academic year. Peer-tutoring aims to facilitate the learning process and the integration of freshmen into the academic career, improve relations with the faculty, and promote active participation in university life.
The service will be run by IULM University students, who will accompany freshmen in the first stages of their academic careers.
AIMIG ANNOUNCEMENT - INTERNSHIP AT ISRAEL MUSEUM IN JERUSALEM
The Association of Italian Friends of Israel in Jerusalem is funding a scholarship for an internship at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem. The scholarship is intended for students enrolled in the first or second year of the Degree Course in Arts, Heritage and Markets.
The winner of the scholarship will stay on the Hebrew University campus in Jerusalem
Candidates will be selected on the basis of their CV, a letter of motivation, a paper on the Israel Museum collection and an interview to be held at 3.30 p.m. on 23 March 2020.
Click to consult the competition notice and download the application form by the deadline of 16 March 2020 at 16.30.